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10 Best Places To Visit In South Morocco

10 Best Places To Visit In South Morocco

The south of Morocco is undoubtedly an exceptional place to visit. From the dynamic coastal towns of the Atlantic to the weather-ravaged enchanted villages, through the dry hillsides overlooking lush oases or arid deserts, the southern side of the Atlas offers contrasting landscapes that will delight all tastes. Here is a list

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Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah, Ouarzazate

Amazing Morocco Places – Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah

Imagine a trip back in time to the eleventh millennium on the golden sands of the Sahara; Think of a visit with us of one of the most historic riches of the era of Saharan trade. Visit the wonderful living relic of Ait Ben Haddou; one of the most important reserves of the historic

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City of Fès, Morocco in Video 4K

Medieval Fes was Morocco's capital for more than 400 years and is still an important religious and cultural center today. The old walled part of the city, known as Fes El Bali, was founded in the 9th century. It is filled with elaborate architecture and best explored on foot. Other highlights include the

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Atlas Mountains and Berber Villages

Atlas Mountains

Atlas Mountains are a real highlight of Morocco that we encourage all our clients to include in their trip. Although Morocco possesses the longest coast of the entire African continent, it remains a mountainous country. Indeed, more than 25% of the country is covered with mountains: the discovery of the Atlas in Morocco is

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Escape to the Desert: South Morocco

 Escape to the desert; South Morocco:Once you leave the plain where the city of Marrakech rises to the desert, the landscape changes radically. In fact, the fastest route passes through the largest Moroccan mountain range, the middle Atlas. The metamorphosis of the landscape is at the same time gradual and impressive, from the arid

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Visit M’Hamid El Ghizlane

Visit M’Hamid El Ghizlane

Visit M’Hamid El Ghizlane which is a village in Zagora region of Morocco, 98 km after Zagora, one of the two places in Morocco where Sahara begins, another is Merzouga. M'Hamid is a small town that is easily explored by foot. The village gets fewer visitors than Merzouga and is arguably more "authentic."

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